Jethro Tull Too Old To Rock and Roll too young to Die! deluxe 2016

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Daniel Falaschi, May 7, 2015.

  1. tootull

    tootull All elements agree

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    :yikes: Please don't go there. No alarm bells here yet.
     
  2. bRETT

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    Sounds like the strings and horns from the album are flown in at various times. Possibly the female vox too.
     
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  3. FVDnz

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    Ah very good. Any word as to whether the missing multi-track tracks ended up getting upmixed to 5.1 via Penteo or something? Oh and, ordered! :)
     
  4. Plan9

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    I don't think they have. All the album tracks have at least one true surround mix thanks to the original Quad.
     
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  5. seg763

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    Whilst confirming that tese are now coming out twice a year (passion & war in 2014) (Minstrel & old in 2015) whereas benefit was '13 brick was '12 ' equaling was '11 and stand up was '10. I noticed on the back cover of both the Warchild and Passion Play books it states copyright "2104"

    I guess we really are living in the past...
     
  6. Daniel Falaschi

    Daniel Falaschi Live detective Thread Starter

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    Benefit and APP were delayed because of EMI`s selling.
     
  7. murrays

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    Daniel, I think seg763's point was to do with the year: 2104.
     
  8. privit1

    privit1 Forum Resident

    One way to keep it in copyright for a Looonnggg time
     
  9. Daniel Falaschi

    Daniel Falaschi Live detective Thread Starter

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    Price has dropped a bit at Amazon uk.
     
  10. It would need to!
     
  11. Dennis Metz

    Dennis Metz Born In A Motor City!

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    Fantastic :cheers:
     
  12. zen

    zen Forum Resident

    I guess at this point, any TULL album (of the classic rock era) will go "deluxe."
     
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  13. Daniel Falaschi

    Daniel Falaschi Live detective Thread Starter

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    Ian Anderson is also preparing to publish the new edition of "Too Old to Rock and Roll, Too Young to Die" (1976), which was remixed by Steven Wilson, who was already working with the catalog of Jethro Tull. "Salamander's ragtime" and "Commercial traveler": In addition to original songs and several curiosities, two unpublished songs are included.

    "Those demos were sophisticated, with many arrangements and explains flautista- trials. If they had been released at the time, he had spent more time laburándolas modifying or writing best voices alone. But they were 'usable' in terms of guitars, bass, keyboards and drums. The boxset will be released on ... "(Search your phone to check).

    -¿27 November?

    Oh, you have the date. Exactly.

    The guy on the cover of "Too Old ..." is too much like you. Was it intentional?

    It's a dilemma. If you talk about a character and put it at the top, people were going to make it difficult to associate with the band. So I was tempted to use a drawing similar to me, and get me as an actor. Same with the cover of "Aqualung" (1971), and that extends to music. If you listen to Alanis Morissette, it's all about "me and my feelings." The master and is a great composer, but could you imagine waking up every morning next to her and starts to tell you that? You would not last too (laughs). I talk about people, circumstances or problems. My son Andrew Lincoln -the famous kill zombies in The Walking Dead, but in real life is a parent who brings to walk your dog. Once he had to go to a charity event and was not disappointed. My wife said, "By God, Andy, you're an actor. Action! "(Laughs). And something happened to me when I went to the David Letterman show for the first time. The guy made me thousands of jokes, I felt bad and it was horrible. So the second visit I was convinced they were going to laugh at me, but did not take it personally.

    -
     
  14. PROGGER

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    But no advertising man :thumbsdow
     
  15. tootull

    tootull All elements agree

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  16. cc--

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  17. Dok

    Dok Forum Resident

    Great interview! Hadn't heard that about Bryan Ferry and company or Alex Harvey before.
     
  18. jjjos

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    I didn't know Rick Grimes was his son-in-law!
     
  19. frank3si

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    Nice interview, but "self conscience?" Ouch...

    "I suppose they found them a bit too posturing, a bit too dressy and self conscience, and they were rather impatient with Roxy Music and it was only when Bryan Ferry announced that for the last song in the set they were going to play, what was then their hit back in England that was ‘Virginia Plain’."
     
  20. cc--

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    yeah, the text and transcription are really bad ... I was wondering if it was a translation problem, but the author appears to be British!
     
  21. murrays

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    Surprising, really. He brings it up in every single interview I've heard/read in the last few years. :)
     
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  22. shadowlord

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    any chance the remixed album will be released on a single vinyl disc like Aqualung ?
     
  23. Plan9

    Plan9 Mastering Engineer

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    Considering the first 5 have been reissued on vinyl so far, I'd say yes.
     
  24. Daniel Falaschi

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  25. BwanaBob

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    It's out there for those in the USA. I love the sound. Never made the connection that the word traveler in the title refers to the "travelers" people (something like Roma) - not everyday people on a trip.
     

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